Posts Tagged ‘books’

Thanks to everyone for the fantastic comments. I want to stress that Indigo and I are very touched by your support, but apart from the obvious, there is no cause for concern. Both our lives have changed radically in the last year and we are both going through a period of positive but nonetheless far-reaching professional […]

By the Book


Most of the pictures above are from mainstream pulp fiction cover illustrations. Only one set, the black and white Benson drawings, are actually from spanking books. The rest have either picked out a brief spanking scene from the book to carry on the cover illustration or as far as is known, have no spankings in […]

An Australian publisher, Instructing Eve, recently approached yours truly for a contribution to a book called The Spanking Hand Book – the authoritative guide to adult discipline. After some discussion it was agreed that DJ Black would write a chapter on the history of spanking. The book includes not only stories and history but various […]

Here is a little snippet from something called Memoirs of a Pervert, which was knocking around in the late 1980s. Although, as I have said, my formative years were the 1950s, the seal was put upon my proclivities after a visit to my Aunt Margaret way back in 1961. I was 14 and one Saturday […]

Trying to think of a blog for this week it seemed appropriate to fall back on divine inspiration. However it didn’t work. So clicking on the links on the right there was a post about Corporal Idaho on Devlin O’Neil’s blog; a book that has only just been put down on the bedside table. Now […]

Aunt Carla over at Carla in the Corner has some nice pictures of Pixie and more to the point is launching her novella The Girls of Wilkins Prep. So take a stroll over to this week’s blog of the week, Carla in the Corner.

The Spanking Chronicles of Cedar Lake by Ashley Jefferson has just been added to the bookshop. This book will be reviewed here in the near future. A Lulu reviewer gave it four stars out of five. Meanwhile here is the cover blurb: Kylie Langston never felt much sympathy for friends or peers punished in front […]